July 26, 1997Italian night in the Vaults.
Multinational cable and telco firm Altice has announced plans to float on the stockmarket, saying it expects the initial public offering to raise around €750 million. Altice said that it will use the proceeds to reduce its debt and to pay for transaction costs relating to the offering, with plans to list its shares on NYSE Euronext in Amsterdam.Announcing the move, Altice, which owns 40% of French cable operator Numericable, said that for the nine months ended September 30, its pro forma adjusted EBITDA was €1.1 billion.The firm also has a presence in Israel, Belgium and Luxembourg, Portugal, the French West Indies and Indian Ocean Area and the Dominican Republic.
ShareTweet COUNCIL OF EUROPE’S COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTSMARTINA ANDERSON MEPMI5Nils MuiznieksSinn FeinTHERESA VILLIERSTONY TAYLOR As a result of MI5’s intervention, Mr Taylor was arrested by the PSNI at his home in Derry and brought back to Maghaberry prison where he has remained ever since.Campaigners have called for his case to be brought back before the sentencing judge and any evidence regarding his breach of licence be decided by a court. not MI5.Martina Anderson said:“I raised the case of imprisoned Derry man Tony Taylor with the Council of Europe’s Commissioner for Human Rights Nils Muiznieks, when I met with him in Strasbourg this week. “Tony Taylor’s continued imprisonment is an affront to due process and he should be released immediately.“I was pleased that Nils Muiznieks has agreed to look into Tony Taylor’s case.“Tony Taylor has now spent more than 700 days in prison and it is long past the time that he should be released.”ANDERSON RAISES TONY TAYLOR CASE WITH EUROPEAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSIONER was last modified: February 10th, 2018 by John2John2 Tags: Republican prisoner Tony Taylor incarcerated in Maghaberry jailSINN Féin MEP Martina Anderson has raised the case of imprisoned Derry man Tony Taylor with the Council of Europe’s Commissioner for Human Rights, Nils Muiznieks.Mr Taylor has spent more than 700 days behind bars after he was thrown back in prison on the word of MI5.The British Security Services gave a file to the then Secretary of State Theresa Villiers recommending his release licence be revoked.